Nicholas Phan, tenor

The New York Philharmonic

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Biography
Nicholas Phan

A Connecticut native raised in Ann Arbor, Michigan, tenor Nicholas Phan came to national attention when named one of NPR’s Favorite New Artists of 2011. His solo disc Gods and Monsters was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Classical Vocal Solo Album, 2017, and his other CDs — Illuminations, A Painted Tale, Still Fall the Rain, and Winter Words — have appeared on many best-of lists, including those of The New York Times, The New Yorker, Chicago Tribune, and The Boston Globe. Mr. Phan’s growing discography also includes a Grammy-nominated recording of Stravinsky’s Pulcinella with Pierre Boulez and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Pergolesi’s opera L’Olimpiade with the Venice Baroque Orchestra, Scarlatti’s La gloria di primavera with Philharmonia Baroque, an album of J.S. Bach’s secular cantatas with the Bach Collegium Japan, J.S. Bach’s St. John Passion (in which he sings both the Evangelist and the tenor arias) with Apollo’s Fire, and the world premiere recordings of two orchestral song cycles: The Old Burying Ground by Evan Chambers and Elliott Carter’s A Sunbeam’s Architecture. With a diverse repertoire that ranges from Monteverdi to Carter and beyond, Nicholas Phan performs regularly with the world’s leading orchestras and opera companies. He is also an avid recitalist and a passionate advocate for art song and vocal chamber music; in 2010 he co-founded Collaborative Arts Institute of Chicago, an organization devoted to promoting this underserved corner of the classical music repertoire.

Upcoming 2019-2020 Performances
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February, 2020 Wednesday

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young
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7:30 PM Concert

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young

CYO
Program To Include
Nina C. Young Tread softly (World Premiere–New York Philharmonic Commission)
Haydn Cello Concerto in C major
Mozart Mass in C minor, Great
Artists
Jaap van Zweden Conductor
Carter Brey Cello
Miah Persson Soprano
Amanda Majeski Soprano
Nicholas Phan Tenor
Andrew Foster-Williams Bass-Baritone
Concert Chorale of New York
James Bagwell, director
Chorus

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February, 2020 Thursday

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young
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7:30 PM Concert

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young

CYO
Program To Include
Nina C. Young Tread softly (World Premiere–New York Philharmonic Commission)
Haydn Cello Concerto in C major
Mozart Mass in C minor, Great
Artists
Jaap van Zweden Conductor
Carter Brey Cello
Miah Persson Soprano
Amanda Majeski Soprano
Nicholas Phan Tenor
Andrew Foster-Williams Bass-Baritone
Concert Chorale of New York
James Bagwell, director
Chorus

8

February, 2020 Saturday

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young
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8:00 PM Concert

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young

CYO
Program To Include
Nina C. Young Tread softly (World Premiere–New York Philharmonic Commission)
Haydn Cello Concerto in C major
Mozart Mass in C minor, Great
Artists
Jaap van Zweden Conductor
Carter Brey Cello
Miah Persson Soprano
Amanda Majeski Soprano
Nicholas Phan Tenor
Andrew Foster-Williams Bass-Baritone
Concert Chorale of New York
James Bagwell, director
Chorus

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February, 2020 Tuesday

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young
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7:30 PM Concert

Mozart, Haydn, and Nina C. Young

CYO
Program To Include
Nina C. Young Tread softly (World Premiere–New York Philharmonic Commission)
Haydn Cello Concerto in C major
Mozart Mass in C minor, Great
Artists
Jaap van Zweden Conductor
Carter Brey Cello
Miah Persson Soprano
Amanda Majeski Soprano
Nicholas Phan Tenor
Andrew Foster-Williams Bass-Baritone
Concert Chorale of New York
James Bagwell, director
Chorus
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